NationStates Jolt Archive

Kanami is now a Member of the United Nations

09-06-2005, 23:29
More than willing to discuss possible resolutions, issues. Here or via Telegram
09-06-2005, 23:40
Welcome to the UN.

(Hands a business card)

Henry Peabody
Minister to the UN
Holyboy and the 666s
10-06-2005, 00:03
YO! welcome to the UN. My ears are always open for anyone who wants to send telegrams. And ill be sure to keep your name in the back of my mind for reference :D Have a good time in the UN
10-06-2005, 00:27
Propsition for Clean Running Cars, looking for endorcements. (Forgive the typos, it's only a draft)

Fully Aware: That automobiles, are an important part of national economy.

Brining to note: That Kanami is one of the largets automobile manufacueres, in the world.

Alarmed by: The amount of pollution produced by nations.

Concerned with: The lack of anti-pollution devices, on vehicles

Observing: The lack of Goverment controll, funding, and recearch for clean devices for automobiles.

Calling upon: Nations to pursue, the technology for cleaner using cars.

Strongly Urging: Goverments to provide suport for automobile developers, to regulate pollution out put.

Encourages: Funding and research, for clean technology.

Further Invites: Other Nations to join, and suport in the persue with cleaner technology.
10-06-2005, 00:28
You're approached by a man in uniform, his skin a deep blue; almost royal blue...

Welcome to the United Nations... May you bring great wisdom to this organization.

Fletcher, Herbert. [Rear-Admiral, Tekanian Stellar Navy]
Appointed Ambassadore to the United Nations.
Constitutional Republic of Tekania.
10-06-2005, 02:00
Hello! Just stay out of the Bar for a bit. They're cleaning out the Dolphin entrails. Don't ask.
Texan Hotrodders
10-06-2005, 20:48
First off, welcome to the NSUN, Kanami. I hope you enjoy a productive and fun stay here in these halls.

Unfortunately, I don't really like your proposal. Aside from the fact that these sorts of resolutions have hurt the HotRodian automobile manufacturing industry in the past and your proposal would raise taxes for no good reason, I also generally don't like it when a proposal legislates on domestic issues. However, I appreciate that you used mild language that respects national sovereignty in the proposal.
11-06-2005, 09:21
Kanami, welcome to the UN.

As for your resolution: Been done. Been done to death. Been done to death so badly that most of us recognize it. Basically, we've already passed one similar to that.